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About Votivee

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  • Location
    NY -> MT
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  • CPU
    Intel Core I7 5820k @ 4.3 GHz
  • Motherboard
    MSI X99S SLI Krait Edition
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB DDR4 2400MHz @ 2667MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA 1080 TI FTW3 11GB
  • Case
    NZXT S340 Elite
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 EVO 250GB / Samsung 850 EVO 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750
  • Display(s)
    (2) Dell S2716DG
  • Cooling
    Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4, (5) Be Quiet! Silent Wings 3
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65 RGB
  • Sound
    Cyber Acoustics CA-3602, BeyerDynamics DT 770 PRO 250 OHM, Schiit Modi 2, Schiit Magni 2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Dark Rock, cheaper and will perform the same or better. It will also last forever
  2. I enjoyed Watch Dogs 2 and was planning on getting Legion, but after countless reports of the game crashing constantly, performing terribly, and save games being corrupted I've been hesitant to buy it. Does anyone know if these issues have been fixed yet?
  3. How is the radiator mounted? Are the hoses at the top or the bottom?
  4. Figured this out, had to do it backwards from the video. Instead of setting an address to the bond, I left the address blank and then set the ip to the created bridge.
  5. Trying to bond two NICs together, I am able to create the bond. After a reboot and attempting to create a bridge so my VM's can access the bond, I get this error. What am I doing wrong here? I am following this video step by step, but can't seem to create the bridge to the bond.
  6. I've run FreeNAS for a few years, and personally I'd go 16GB of ram with that much storage. Plus if you decide you want to run any jails in the future you'll be glad you have it. Next, unless you're transferring huge files frequently (5+ times a week) or have a ton of users I wouldn't worry about 10Gb networking. Remember, if you go 10Gb on the NAS then you'll also need a 10Gb switch, and 10Gb networking on any computer using the NAS to make full use of it. That can add up quick. IMO waiting a few seconds longer isn't worth $300+ for personal use. Finally, I'd run (and
  7. Not really a feature of the car itself, but if you live anywhere with snow or a mud season then hard rubber floor mats are nice. Especially if you bring a lot of salt into the vehicle since it's a pain to get out of carpet mats. Just spray them off and they're good to go. Seat warmers are a blessing as well.
  8. Do you ever get pulled over for no front plate? My girlfriend's truck lasted about two weeks in NY with no front plate before she started getting tickets.
  9. Putting aside all of the other issues with this, latency would be the biggest problem. Even if this was possible and the programs existed, the latency would be so bad the game would be unplayable.
  10. I've got Freenas running on an i5-3570S with 16GB ram for 10TB of storage. (Also ran fine with 8GB ram) The most I've seen it climb to with normal use is 8% usage on the CPU. I'm also using it to host Emby, my Ubiquiti controller, and UNMS.
  11. Honestly you might have better acoustics if you set it to run 24/7. Personally I'd rather listen to a quiet hum that you get used to than a whiny spin-up noise every couple of minutes. Plus it's better for hard drive longevity.
  12. I'm no physicist, but as long as the airflow from both fans is going the same direction I don't see why there would be any negative impact. Dual fans certainly wouldn't cool any worse than just having one fan on there. If you have a CPU that cools well you might be fine with just one fan on the tower anyways.
  13. You can absolutely run 2 or 3 fans off of the same header on a motherboard with a splitter. The fans on the splitter will run at the same speeds. I would recommend using the same RPM fans if you can't use identical models. I have a Dark Rock Pro 4, and then 2 intake and one exhaust. My intake fans run on a splitter on the same header, and my cooler fans run on a splitter on another header. If I'm not mistaken, the DRP4 even came with a splitter in the box.
  14. I only overclock my CPU and RAM typically. I prefer my desktops to be dead silent so I buy GPU's with big boi coolers and then leave them at factory settings. Back when I was on 1080p I would lower the power draw of my cards to around 70% for less heat and noise.